PB has evolved into a quite dark and conflicting character over the run of Adventure Time. I really like that the AT people have no fear of making characters complex and that they have managed to stay away (mostly) from the good-bad duality, making excelent gray characters. Ice King started as the crazy bad guy, but has turned into a victim of his tragic heroic decisions; PB has moved from the love interest of the protagonist and pricess template to a rather dictarorial cold-hearted machiavelian ruler obsessed with manipuliating everyone in Ooo.
Photos and a video from Prada’s 2012 Fall-Winter steampunk menswear collection with Gary Oldman, Willem DaFoe, Garrett Hedlund, and Jamie Bell.
This is how “true” steampunk outfits should look like.
I’ve always been rather unconvinced by most of the steampunk costumes I see on the web. They tend to look way to off-the-mark in he context of the times they say to represent. I’m not saying that the fictional ethos of a steampunk world can’t allow stuff like people running around in modern clothes that are made to look like old, but history tells us that the spirit of time shifts gradually. So, running around in what is basically underwear in a Victorian setting isn’t quite convincing for me, unless you provide a very good explanation for it or tell me it’s really a post-victorian ethos… This stuff, on the other hand, looks like a plausible “future” in the context of Victorian and Edwardian fashion. I’d love to see the same done for women’s outfits.
For the first royal family portrait in 125 years Denmark’s Queen Margrethe II turned to painter Thomas Kluge. Four years later this is what she got…
BEST family portrait EVER….. WTF Denmark, wtf? Seriously.
De a poco vamos completando al candidato que Chile se merece de verdad.
Bee and Puppycat kickstarter!
This is a really nice show on its own, but maybe the more important thing about it is that this kind of project challenge the production structure of cartoons and, in the end, of entertainment as a solely business-centric activity whre artists have to compromise too much of their vision.
If you can, support it. Let’s have a richer entertainment, with more creativity and more variety.